Development

34th Street Master Plan Kickoff Meeting

 

“Hi Neighbors, I’m excited to announce the first public meeting in the master planning process for a re-imagined 34th Street that will finally take place later this month! District 8 residents and business owners are encouraged to participate in this process. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, January 30th at 6 pm at Suncoast Hospice at 3050 1st Ave S, S. To sign up to receive the latest information and a future online survey on the master planning process, click here. We hope to see you there! And as always, we want to hear from you about your upcoming events, newsworthy neighbors, and businesses. Email Kayleigh.Sagonowsky@st.pete.org with questions, concerns, or to be featured in our newsletter.” – Councilmember Amy Foster

City Presents the State of the Economy

Last week, the City of St. Pete hosted the Fourth Annual State of the Economy event at the James Museum.
Economic Development staff from the City focused on economic drivers, competitiveness and prosperity indicators, as well as key development indicators for the next four years.
To learn more about the State of the Economy, click here >> http://www.stpete.org/economic_development/index.php

2019 Excellence In Development Award Winner

“At the 2018 State of Economy presentation on January 9th, Bob Jeffrey was named the 2019 Excellence in Development Award Winner. Jeffrey, a long time District 8 resident, and affectionately known in some circles as the unofficial mayor of Historic Kenwood, began his career with the city developing neighborhood plans. Later, as the Director of Development Services Jeffrey began work on rezoning the entire city, and adopting a new zoning code. He is largely responsible for theresurgence of the Historic Kenwood and Grand Central District neighborhoods in St. Petersburg. As a real estate investor and community activist, Jeffrey has also rehabbed over 50 residential units in Historic Kenwood. Thank you Bob for your hard work and dedication to the city – Congratulations! ” – Council member Amy Foster

Thank you for your vision and your years of service to our neighborhood! We love you, Bob! – HKNA

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